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Fluxus artists sought to upend what art could be — making works that were impermanent, unfinished, participatory and event-based.
Observe them as impermanent mind events and not necessarily accurate.
It was not his fault if at first some extremely unsound and impermanent shanties were run up on the vacant site.
Professor Baker "tries in the light of historical practice to distinguish the permanent from the impermanent in technic."
PIECES OF HATEHEYWOOD BROUN
In fact, it wasn't solid anything, being mostly of a very impermanent structure and style.
HALF PORTIONSEDNA FERBER
Under his protection Mrs. Vervain set up her impermanent household gods.
A FOREGONE CONCLUSIONWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
Gautama Buddha taught that everything corporeal is material and therefore impermanent.
This book tries in the light of historical practice merely to distinguish the permanent from the impermanent in technique.
DRAMATIC TECHNIQUEGEORGE PIERCE BAKER
Change is impermanent—therefore transitory change is merely the expression of want of tone in the political health of a people.
All conditions are impermanent, and so, in the profounder sense, unreal.

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